Is There A Redemption Period After The Foreclosure Sale In Florida? Yes, there is, but it is very, very short. After the sale the redemption period must, must be redeemed before they issue the certificate of sale, which is usually very shortly thereafter. So as a practical matter, no there isn’t. I understand that in states that have non-judicial foreclosures, that the redemption period is a considerable amount of time. However, in Florida where a judicial foreclosure state and foreclosures take a long period of time and the property is sold at a judicial sale which is an auction, and then you have third party bidders and they have to make a deposit. And then once they, the successful bidder, deposit the balance of the money into the register of the court the same day that they are the successful bidder. So your redemption period needs to take place prior to the foreclosure sale because the certificate of sale is issued shortly thereafter. If you have any questions, give me a call at (727) 847-2288.